Proposal “remittances-biz-dev-general-adoption--da“ (Active)Back

Title:Remittances, Biz Dev, General Adoption- Dash Nigeria
Owner:Nathanielluz
Monthly amount: 52 DASH (5459 USD)
Completed payments: no payments occurred yet (3 month remaining)
Payment start/end: 2019-12-15 / 2020-03-13 (added on 2019-12-14)
Votes: 673 Yes / 140 No / 66 Abstain
Will be funded: Yes
External information: app.dashnexus.org/proposals/remittances-biz-dev-general-adoption--dash-nigeria/overview
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Proposal description

Remittances, Biz Dev, General Adoption - Dash Nigeria
Q1 2020

Table of Contents
1. Executive Summart
2. Previous Results
3. Proposal Scope
4. Why Vote Yes?
5. Budget Breakdown 

1. Executive Summary
Using Dash for remittances and international transactions is a key use case for Dash backed by instantsend and low fees. We'll be launching a remittance line that'll see Dash being used for sending money into and out of Nigeria. To do this, we have partnered with bitfxt and Sabiii exchange to provide sufficient liquidity in naira for this operation, while we direct the traffic to them via proper marketing. Sabiii is a Huobi-backed exchange for the Nigerian market. Nigeria accounts for over a third of migrant remittance flows to Sub-Saharan Africa. PwC estimated that these flows amounted to US$23.63 billion (2017: US$22 billion) in 2018, and represented 6.1% of Nigeria's GDP.

https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/iTTydQnWbC4wTZE8Tyo0Kv-jYLcAvprK_HplPwYKc8jaFkBuXueFd8p4A9VHP304d9MrJCYZIBHyBmXCSxeQwOTCY-vt_hvKUAqAieC0L59HHHr6J6irSCPOPnpcLB94yEuRIWIh

Remittances from the United States amounted to US$6.19 billion in 2017 and accounted for 9% of the total remittance outflows from the country in the same period. The United States accounts for 22.6% of the total emigrants from Nigeria in the diaspora. Remittance per capita from the Nigerian diaspora in the U.S. to Nigeria is US$22,107 per emigrant.

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/26oBwnbs-0K7LGCbsAxweQZGerGm01eG90jYGMv9fhlNw-Oy77pf4Qxl69T6sSxh9s-kza5vSWfVqtc07JUwjS8GJYskuUyIEff6odoqhcaO8ItYvYop-p56oKYwkcTYn0LgFyxb

We'll continue our business development activities, integrating Dash into companies that'll enable Dash use by users. We'll also continue providing support for Dash users, merchants and partners, continue our social media activities also.

2. Previous Results

BizDev:
  • Dash integrated into kurepay.com.
  • Dash launched on yellowcard.io (we have also convinced them to drop LTC, BCH and ETH).
  • Dash integrated at gigalayer.com.
  • Dash integrated into bitfxt.com exchange.
  • Dash integrated into quidax.com exchange.
  • Dash payments enabled for 2 car importers, saving them cross border fees.
  • Working with bitpal.africa for priority Dash Integration and launch in mobile app. (Dash already integrated into the Bitpal payment gateway API).
Signed an MOU with Ferrum Network to integrate Dash on their platforms:
  • UniFyre Wallet
  • Kudi Exchange
  • Infinity DEX
  • Sub-Zero Wallet
Merchants:
  • Over 200 merchants thus far.
  • Started verifying and extending merchant support to kurepay merchants, about 1,000 merchants.
  • Continued merchant support, engaging them on a regular basis.
Consumers:
  • Held Dash usage conference, effectively bringing together and growing the Lagos Dash ecosystem.
  • Organized 45 low cost Dash meetups, teaching users to acquire and use Dash.
Events:
Attended 12 events, speaking, creating and tipping new wallets, b2b marketing

Website:
Dash Nigeria new website launched with additional modules to the academy.

Videos:
Learn with Dash:
10 videos in Pidgin English for learning and promoting Dash https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL3vgzw56aHfa15tOVJrK4fV4DZxpOpCLD 

Dash Promotion:
What are Private and Public Keys Explained in Pidgin English https://youtu.be/FlDlerUAbro  
How to set up a Dash Wallet Explained in Pidgin English https://youtu.be/2WIPIcpfZIQ  
What is Dash Explained in Pidgin English https://youtu.be/NKc25d4rLZs  
Features of Dash Explained in Pidgin English https://youtu.be/kLlMDUxDw6E  
What is Digital Currency Explained in Pidgin English https://youtu.be/YHixlZN4kg8 
How to Save and Invest in Dash through Masternodes Explained in Pidgin English https://youtu.be/pTacbtdVuSs  
Dash Evolution Explained in Pidgin English https://youtu.be/CT0iWR7YtX4  
Dash Global Acceptance Explained in Pidgin English https://youtu.be/K6UcXvYIP6g  
Where you can Buy/ Sell Dash in Nigeria Explained in Pidgin English https://youtu.be/Y94ixPdpniU 

Discount paying with Dash at gigalayer.com.
20% discount paying with Dash for Unplug & Play Beach Party 
60 day transaction fee wave on kurepay.com 

#EndBankingFraud twitter campaign, 9,050 impressions, 820 engagements.(#EndBankingFraud is a Dash independent growing social movement against current bank practices in Nigeria).

Media:
Cryptotvplus: Dash adoption conference - seeking to promote cryptocurrency use in Nigeria
Cryptobriefing: Dash Nigeria: Bitcoin dominance challenged by unstoppable adoption
Coinnewstelegraph: Dash Nigeria: Bitcoin dominance challenged by unstoppable adoption
Dashnews: Gigalayer web services integrates Dash
Dashnews: Nigeria’s E-Commerce Problems and Dash As a Potential Solution

3. Proposal Scope:
Over the next 3 months we will enable and support Dash remittance lines, pursue business development activities and integrations, marketing and general Dash adoption in Nigeria. Over the last couple of months we have integrated exchanges so we can now work on integrating Dash with traditional payment service offerings. Our remittance lines will ensure that people use Dash for remittances by sending Dash to recipients in Nigeria who will easily convert to fiat at a 2% fee or spend directly at Dash accepting merchants.

https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/0deFurq2cchY-7vKh36zICRgZWgc3j0jufdbIqx9UKR9en_5Ih17O-vkPyhNfAUsjJ-SKc33Iy2CqQ0h-j91AMHhRVJqRT5LVaNmZ8vJpTDDVscZ0UnD3vqSlKV7sJeiSWX-uutX

This article details how Paxful is used for remittances to Nigeria with the recipients losing up to 30% of the funds. Here's a quote fromthe article: "So what is happening here then? What I discovered is that (mostly Nigerian) immigrants in the USA are purchasing gift cards in the USA, taking a picture of the card and receipt, and then immediately sending those pictures to their family and friends in Nigeria using Whatsapp. Those on the receiving end of the gift card pictures in Nigeria are the ones who then upload the pictures to Paxful. These Nigerians in Nigeria use the gift cards to trade for Bitcoin, and they then turn around and complete a second trade which sells that recently acquired Bitcoin for Nigerian currency through a bank transfer." 

We believe Dash needs stronger and more tangible growth to become a widespread success and we are poised to making that a reality via remittances, while continuing our business development and other adoption activities.

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/jsEek6tHZGa6tSt-NARjkpTBMPQPc0ge2RSDHh3_0XqDg-nKjue-u0I0MaO_0ax0DH2htY7ocyDVvXt-GoalTl4zaZlk35KyP3gALJtiHvYXyOPmjAcgYl-AT2HakJMQd7MRMArE

We are proposing to work with a very reduced budget at 50 Dash/ $2,500 monthly pending a recovery of the Dash price.

Integrations:
Close existing leads.Replenish lead pipeline at conferences and through direct outreach.

Create integrations/ business development partnerships monthly.

Remittances:
Work with existing remittance platforms to facilitate Dash-remittance lines, while ensuring appropriate liquidity and providing support throughout the process.

Social Media Marketing and Website maintenance:
Increased marketing of Dash via social media platforms like Twitter, Instagram, Telegram, WhatsApp and maintenance of the Dash Nigeria website - dashnigeria.com.

Dash Nigeria Help/ Support Line:
More newbies and users keep reaching out to us with questions and issues that need support. These range from wallet issues, to buying Dash OTC, to shared masternode enquiries, to more education, merchant enquiries, etc.



4. Why Vote YES?
Proven team:
We have been executing the proposed strategy already successfully for a couple of months. We have been able to constantly increase all relevant metrics: Integrations, merchants, users, transactions and have recently branched out into engaging media partners. We are also a part of Dash Co-Working (DCW).

Low cost:
We’re constantly among the cheapest teams in the category “General Dash adoption”. We believe to have generated a high return on investment for the DAO and are pushing to get even more cost efficient.

Consistent adoption:
We don’t promise the pie in the sky. We don’t expect you to pay us many months in advance. We work step by step, unlocking new Dash adoption along the way. Support us and continue to see ongoing results month over month.

Nigeria is hungry for Dash:
Campaigns like #EndBankingFraud prove that Nigeria’s financial infrastructure is ripe for disruption. When we approach Nigerian consumers and merchants with Dash we are met with excitement about all the new possibilities Dash offers them. We’re introducing reliable payments, free “banking” infrastructure and economic cross border payments, capabilities that many Nigerians are experiencing for the first time and are reaping the corresponding strong results.

This tweet on a Dash Adoption cycle in Nigeria has over 7,000 impressions. Instagram video with over 11,000 organic views.

5. Budget
In depth budget
50 Dash per month for 3 months price @50USD 6/12/2019

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-1 point,2 days ago
Partnership announcement:

Dash​, the top digital currency for international payments and remittances, today announced a partnership with ​BITFXT Exchange​, a top Nigerian exchange to offer Dash remittances to Nigeria at just 1%.

https://coinstituency.com/dash-partners-with-bitfxt-exchange-to-facilitate-remittances-to-nigeria-at-1-cost/
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1 point,23 days ago
Another solid vote 'Yes' for me. Normally, I would vote yes because of the hard work, integrations, Dash Watch reports and other growth metrics that Dash Nigeria has hit out of the park during their 2 year tenure working for Dash. The fact that Nathaniel has written a BOOK ABOUT DASH would also heavily weigh in the yes direction. I mean, the best way to succeed is to CONSTANTLY, REPEATEDLY reward the behavior we wish to see continue, and punish behavior we wish to not see anymore. And I don't think we've had a DAO yet with more passion, drive and actual accomplishments than Dash Nigeria under Nathaniel has gifted us with.

However, this time my motivations are spurred on by another reason entirely. As you can clearly see in the comments, for this proposal specifically but for others as well, the Dash network has quite a few individuals who are hell-bent on preventing us from growing in any way, shape or form. They pretend to be part of the community in order to infiltrate, and then when they're called out they 'turn' and begin spreading malicious lies about us. See 'dash-crypto', dna0ler, George Donnelly, Henry Georgist. Its a common pattern actually, which means we have to defeat it if we're going to succeed. Voting Yes for proposals that gain us adoption while IGNORING lies and liars is THE EASIEST WAY TO DO THAT.

These individuals, such as Georgedonnelly below (under the ValenciaDash account) do not wish to see Dash succeed at all. George during his entire time here only tore down other teams and didn't provide much if any growth despite all the funding he received. And now, after being defunded, he continues to spend his time deliberately preventing other teams from receiving funding. What strange behavior, can you not agree?

Its supposed to be about 'ego' but let's be honest, regular people don't build themselves up by tearing others down for years on end. Especially not professionals. No, that looks to be more of a front to hide the true genesis of their behaviors. It is clear to me that George's efforts, along with the current Bear trap attack our price is undergoing, are meant for one purpose: to cause Dash and the teams working for the DAO to quit in frustration. If they can't beat us fair and square then they're going to cheat and make us ragequit.

By 'forcing' the DAO to make bad decisions that are not in the best interest of the network, while spreading lies about the true reason why (like the Valencia account and mrhack are trying and have done over the last year or so on Dash Nigeria's proposals), they attempt to cause a massive lack of confidence in those wishing to work for the DAO. All so they can say 'See? Your DAO is flawed and doesn't work at all! Monero's funding model is better!' Again, appealing to the ego in order to cause emotional pain and capitulation. It sounds petty because it is. Our detractors routinely rely on the lowest common denominator of emotional abuse in order to justify their otherwise completely toxic and inappropriate behavior.

Normally, the DAO would easily vote Yes overwhelmingly for a proposal such as Dash Nigeria's. There are no reasons to vote 'No', since the money renews itself every month and the more we pay out the more we expand our network's growth. And every reason to vote yes, Dash watch, integrations, development, etc. all point to Dash Nigeria's success. But our detractors are VERY jealous of our network and the funding it provides to multiple decentralized teams.

They're jealous that smart, talented individuals like Nathaniel willingly work for Dash and see a bright future in it. Which is why they attempt to cause capitulation, then try to 'work with you' after they've destroyed your hard work like mrhack tries below. He thinks Nate is a scammer, but he wants to benefit from Nate's connections and hard work? That is disingenuous behavior merely designed to underbid Nate and get him to 'work for free' basically. Its not just about Dash Nigeria. They seek to do this with ALL teams. Dash's DAO means freedom, freedom of choice, freedom of WORK (because of decentralized, censorship free funding), so they must prevent this AT ALL COSTS.

This is why. they seek to cynically prevent that funding from taking place by manipulating the votes and the discourse here. This is why they spread malicious lies and have no respect for other individuals, accusing them of scams without any evidence to back it up. Muddying the waters also means that their actual scamming behavior goes unnoticed. I don't think any would say that George's behavior over the last year and a half can amount to anything more than a scam, for example. All of this requires that they operate under the radar and avoid detection, so as not to be kicked out, have their masternodes shut down and prevent other retaliatory measures.

Which means that as a network our response MUST be to continue our operations. We must cast aside those who are lying and attempting to hinder our growth. I've correctly called out masternode infiltration before, users like henrygeorgist who is a verified MNO were working with George as he destroyed our growth and adoption in Venezuela. They came for BTC, so it makes sense they would come for Dash and attempt to dismantle our network anyway they can.

Voting 'Yes' for Nathaniel and Dash Nigeria is a Vote for the Dash network to continue operating and growing as before. It is a vote that sends a message to infiltrators and our detractors alike: We're not giving up. We're not giving in. Dash is the best money that money could make. Indeed, Dash is objectively the best cryptocurrency. Any subreddit or cryptocommunity will say the same about their coin if you enter their echo chambers.

But Dash is the ONLY COIN that can actually prove it. We have the fastest transactions, decentralized funding, grassroots growth and Tesla-like appeal. Not to mention thanks to Chainlocks we are actively the most secure cryptocurrency network. Let's show these guys why Dash is so powerful and why people want to work with the DAO so much, let's vote 'YES' for Dash Nigeria!
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0 points,16 days ago
Lol you got your head too far deep in the sand to differentiate between actual MNO and wannabes like valencia :)
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0 points,23 days ago
Thanks for your support.
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0 points,23 days ago
Thank you for keeping your head up despite the detractors and liars who have smeared you publically here. It is good to see that you remain committed to growing Dash and expanding our adoption in spite of their toxic efforts.
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-5 points,23 days ago
Another one of the failed embassy "scams", still flogging fake integrations with zero volume.
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1 point,28 days ago
Important notice

I have received confirmation from two former teammates of mine, that the Dash Valencia account is managed by George Donelly. So I want to inform the MN community to consider this when reading this account’s comments.

This can also be verified when we consider the DashValencia account appeared only after George was defunded; and if you run any word cloud generator on DashValencia and any of George Donelly comments you will find the language is very much the same.

I do now know exactly the reason for these recent attack on most of Dash proposals, but according to my friends (Who are waiting on George promises to work with BCH) it seems that George wants to get people to fork Dash and create a chain split, or to try to come back later as BCH has not given any funds to him. You can read his own thoughts here https://twitter.com/georgedonnelly/status/1207715240357638146


Regardless of his specific motivation, remember George Donelly -now using the DashValencia account- is doing the one thing he did best during his time in Dash: Destroying other team’s reputation.
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1 point,19 days ago
gcomparetto: please ask Jorge from Valencia, Spain to post a video of himself on his Twitter indicating what he did with his DashCentral login credentials
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-1 point,27 days ago
GComparetto : Looks like you see Donnelly in everything. I have spoken out against all embassy proposals which includes donnelly's mega scam. He is now sitting with a bowl outside the bch but those guys are not about to waste money on "embassies", "ambassadors" and "mma fighters".

For reasons best know to you, you are trying to deflect genuine criticism from failed ideas that have brought down dash to trashcoin status and $40 in value.
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4 points,23 days ago
'from failed ideas that have brought down dash to trashcoin status and $40 in value.'

This is not the language of someone who believes in Dash as digital cash for the masses. This is the language of someone who is BUTTHURT by our success for whatever reason and is attempting to bring that to a halt. There's nothing worse than a sore loser. Now everyone know why.
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0 points,3 days ago
Why are people who aren’t MNO’s or proposal owners allowed to comment at all? I am new to this forum and have similar concerns as you.
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0 points,28 days ago
I find his demand very reasonable and this guy has even written a book about DASH!

He has even lowered his demand despite the crashing DASH value...

Dash Nigeria is probably in a very unfortunate situation that the english dialect they talk is hard to understand for us so its very challenging to create rapport and build "trust"

I would like to see the MNOs give them a chance to keep delivering results!
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2 points,27 days ago
Thanks for your support.
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4 points,1 month ago
The worst case if we fund this is imho that we pay two motivated guys in Africa to talk about Dash and promote it.
I'd only be against this, if Nathan was not active at all, but he is, Twitter etc).
It's not that we have competing teams there that could do a better job, do we?
I vote yes.
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4 points,27 days ago
Thanks for your support.
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4 points,1 month ago
Shift towards remittances: good. Finding use cases where Dash can work better than existing products is a much more sustainable strategy than trying to market Dash for speculation/investment/trading
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2 points,1 month ago
Dude hes misleading you altogether he didnt have remittances on his radar until i mentioned it to him after zurich event.

As valencia has posted, he will say anything to ingratiate himself to the dao at large and get his funding

Go check his past results 2 years of funding this, and nothing to show for it.

Or better yet run some facial recognition, on the images he posts and notice how majority og them are similar faces again and again
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2 points,26 days ago
<Go check his past results 2 years of funding this, and nothing to show for it.> 1) that's a lot of work to go back thru 2 years of proposals. 2) Yes, it's very difficult to get results in Nigeria--there does not exist a demand by consumers there to switch to a new-currency product.
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4 points,1 month ago
Also, myself and Currency_use_case have been working on creating remittance lines to countries with inflation in Africa including Nigeria, Sudan, Zimbabwe, South Sudan etc.

We have been working on it for several months and almost put up a proposal to work in some of those countries one time. We've had several chats and calls on this idea spanning over 5 months iirc but you claim you mentioned remittances to me and I didn't have it on my radar till then.

My supposed speech at the Zurich event was supposed to have focused on remittances.
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4 points,1 month ago
Here's your message to me on October 27 "Hey So i noticed your interested in starting remittance channels now." My response was "Hi, yes. Been on it for some time and recorded some success, so we thinking of scaling."

Before your message I'd already built nepsium.com which was to be integrated into the Dash mobile wallets and facilitate remittances to Africa.

Again, false allegations.
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-3 points,1 month ago
Not false perhaps, with an error in dates, but concerns regarding performance stand.
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2 points,1 month ago
So dod you see the Book of Digital Cash fron Nathaniel and can you help him improve what you see as wrong with him. Because it seem you see a lot of bad thing from him and if you help him that can be better i thinm
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2 points,1 month ago
+would suggest to delete biz dev + general adoption from this proposal. Don't think voters are happy with the performance of these 2 strategies
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3 points,1 month ago
With a team of 2 and a budget of $2k, we'll be focusing more on remittances but will also be on the look at other potential opportunities for Dash adoption in Nigeria. We'll not be blind to other opportunities while focusing on one. Thanks for your support.
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-3 points,1 month ago
Nathaniel will say anything to get funded so this "remittances" thing is a joke. This project is an outright scam since none of the integrations are worth anything and he has been flogging the same dead horses for years now.

He will vary his project name and amount based on whatever he thinks will go through in the name of africa. Total scam.
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2 points,1 month ago
That is very a small budget for Dash Nigeria proposal compared to a lot of thing promise, i hope that others mno will continue voting for that proposal good luck Nate.
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0 points,1 month ago
Poor results poor performance will not be voting yes in the proposals current state


Thank you voting No
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2 points,1 month ago
yes, poor prior results. I think the biz dev and general adoption strategies didn't deliver. They are just too vague. It's better if the proposal owner focuses on getting a use cash where Dash works better than an existing product
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2 points,27 days ago
Note: it is very difficult to get results adoption results in Nigeria. Why? There is not demand in Nigeria by consumers to switch to a new currency product
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2 points,1 month ago
Disagree. Nathaniel's work in Nigeria has been unrelenting. It's mostly education and integrations into local businesses and exchanges that, due to location, aren't splashy, but I know Dash's lead in Nigeria and Ghana will pay off in the future as these areas begin to grow economically.
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2 points,1 month ago
It's encouraging to see MNOs who have followed our work over the last 2 years clear the air this way. Outside of context, things take a different meaning.

Thanks for your support as we keep making Nigeria Dashy.
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2 points,1 month ago
Integrations are low-value imo. What we need is use-cases where Dash can work better than existing products consumers are using.
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3 points,1 month ago
When we see low hanging integration fruits that only cost us our time + efforts, shouldn't we go for them? Integrations also have a way of introducing Dash to new userbases. For instance, Gigalayer sends a Dash promotional mail to their 6,000+ subscribers and users bi-monthly for free! That's one of the benefits of partnerships and integrations.
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3 points,26 days ago
Some benefit. But what is really valuable are use cases where Dash works substantially better than an existing product consumers are using
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2 points,26 days ago
...and that is primarily remittances.
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0 points,1 month ago
Tantestefana how about i personally foot the bill for you to visit nigeria and see the hopium integerations?

I get it you, correlate with him due ethnic origins,

But we shall not continue to fund somwthing because its close to our hearts

I too beleive africa needs and deserves crypto, but with a more robust agile team and trustworthy team that delivers results

And not scams


Thank you
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1 point,1 month ago
And I'll like you or anyone to visit Nigeria to see our work.

Again you call me a scam in public while you're offering me to work with your personal company - coinnerds via dm? This is very ironical. I work to promote Dash and I'm not quitting that to work for your personal company. Thanks.
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-2 points,1 month ago
Yes, because as said before it allows me to establish a baseline for your efforts by determining actual deliverables, and its a business use case..

How else would you suggest to test an individual without a business use case??

Clearly i need to have a business that does something thats similar or same industry as yours to be able to leverage, and to create a trade line if you will to determine results all while ensuring dash adoption!
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1 point,1 month ago
So what is the poor result are you talking about. These videos, integrations and adoption is poor. So nigeria is a country where dash must focus in Africa and funding Dash Nigeria Proposals will help dash Adoption in this country but if we can't understand that and the effort of Nathaniel we will miss an huge advantage.
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-3 points,1 month ago
This proposal is a continuous low level fraud going on.
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-2 points,1 month ago
Majority of nathaniels budget is to pay for himself and another member + some back pay

Nothing in this budget serves the interest of the dao

I had some convo with nathaniel via dm, explained to him recent strategy shift to focus on remittance immediately he has dropped 'bizdev' to focus on whats new which is remittances even than with lack of experience its akin trusting a pan handler with dash

Furthermore so, his budget outlines nothing NOTHING for actual dash promotional activities

Read between the lines MNO you will smell the smoke!
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2 points,1 month ago
Mrhack has repeatedly trolled Dash Nigeria proposals for over a year. One time he said all Nigerians were scammers and the Dao should have nothing to do with us.

But guess what?

He reached out to me via dm on discord trying to get me to partner with him and his exchange Coinnerds to create a Dash remittance line, Canada - Nigeria.

He thinks I'm not trustworthy enough to work for the Dao but he wants to with me personally? One time he trolled us for integrating Dash into bitfxt exchange, and just yesterday he was asking me to introduce him to the management of bitfxt exchange so he can discuss the remittance line with them.

This is very ironical that you want me to stop working for Dash but to start working for you as an agent of coinnerds.

The budget is very much reduced to cater for a payment of $750 each to 2 team members, $500 for our logistics, office cost, stationary, tools & website maintenance, and a $500 repayment of previous deficits incurred. We are sensitive to the current prices of Dash and the 'struggle' by several important proposals for funding, hence in line with the advice from MNOs, we have massively scaled down to 2 staff with a total running cost at $2,000.
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2 points,1 month ago
*wants to work with me...
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-1 point,1 month ago
Indeed to further actual dash adoption, without ANY cost to the dao, and to provide anecdotal data on the Nigerian market space
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-3 points,1 month ago
My concerns stand that you are abusing the dao by not seeking to become self sufficient and further to that some.of.the previous integerations where fluff.

Working with you would either prove me right or wrong as would your response
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-2 points,1 month ago
Nathaniel : The results you have delivered are quite poor compared to the amount of funds received from 2018. This is one of the reason why none of your proposals haven't been funded. These proposals are not working.

You have been claiming the same integrations for a long time but without any volume they are worthless. Kurepay has 50-100 likes on facebook, so it is anybody's guess how many transactions it is doing.

I suggest showing some genuine results first before coming again and again to ask for money.
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3 points,1 month ago
Spam comment. Kindly note how this person spams several other proposals.

What's the correlation between facebook likes and a Dash integration?
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-1 point,1 month ago
The connection is that a website that has 50 likes has no userbase or traction and the "integration" is worthless. A recurring problem with you.

See your previous proposal here - https://app.dashnexus.org/proposals/dash-nigeria-bizdev--merchants-may---july-2019/overview

You have claimed the exact same "results". So what is being achieved by providing you with funds?
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3 points,1 month ago
If only you'll read the Dash Watch reports, you'll understand our activities and results better. As long as the integration works and serves Dash users, we are glad. Hopefully you'll get on to do some real work for Dash and stop being a troll to proposal owners.
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